Dubai Prince Reached Top Burj Khalifa By Running In 38 Minutes Fitness Challenge Surprise You

Dubai Prince At Burj Khalifa Top: Seeing the world’s tallest tower Burj Khalifa from below makes one dizzy. The height of this tower is about 828 meters. However, Dubai’s Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum has done a surprising feat while showing off his fitness. In fact, Prince Sheikh completed the climb of 160 floors of Burj Khalifa by running. He took only 38 minutes to do this work.

His feat has created a record in the world. Prince Sheikh has named this climb as Burj Khalifa Challenge. Dubai’s Crown Prince Sheikh also shared a picture from the top floor with his colleagues after accomplishing this amazing feat. The top floor of Burj Khalifa is not opened for the general public.

Fitness challenge happened last month

More than 1 lakh 90 thousand people participated in a fitness challenge held in Dubai last month. There are a total of 163 floors in this building. The three floors of Burj Khalifa are always closed. Even before this many people have gone to the top of the Burj. People have also done many dangerous stunts by going there. Please tell that Emirates Airlines also shot a dangerous video on the top floor of Burj Khalifa.

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Many celebrities have done such a feat before.

Hollywood star Will Smith has also done this feat earlier. According to media reports, Will Smith had done such a wonderful thing for a YouTube channel. Will Smith climbed to the top of Burj Khalifa to shoot an episode of ‘Best Shape of My Life’, a show on YouTube channel, although he did this feat under the supervision of many experts. The fans were quite surprised to see his released pictures.

when was burj khalifa built

The building of Burj Khalifa has 160 floors and its height is 2,722 feet. It is one of the tallest towers in the world. 12 thousand artisans worked continuously for 5 years to build this skyscraper. The construction work of this building was started from the year 2004. This year, by the month of October 2009, the work of making it was completed. There are 7 world records in the name of this building. A total of $ 1.5 billion was spent in making it.

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